A GOP lawmaker stunned a liberal host with pure facts after she tried to run cover for Democrats who voted for abortion up until the time of birth.

Abortion has become an important issue heading into the 2024 presidential election, with many experts identifying it —along with the economy and immigration— as a decider of the election.

Sen. Tim Scott (R-FL) appeared on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” where he and host Kristen Welker discussed abortion and the two main parties’ stand on the issue.

“The fact of the matter is that every single Democrat in the Senate and in the House have voted for abortion up until the day of birth. The former governor of Virginia has said —he was a pediatrician— even infanticide. So, stopping late term abortions is something that 90% of Americans actually believe in…” Scott said before Welker cut him off.

“That’s false, senator. Democrats don’t support infanticide,” Welker shot back.

The GOP lawmaker responded, saying Democrats have already voted for late-term abortion.

“Senator, no, no, no. Senator, but as you know, late-term abortions are exceedingly rare,” Welker said in an attempt to run cover for the Democrat party.

The lawmaker then went on to educate the liberal host on the issue while maintaining that the Democrats voted for abortions up till the point of birth.

“They voted for abortions up until the day of birth,” Scott said. “I’m just telling you what they voted for. Kristen, you cannot deny the fact that the Democrats have voted – not talked about, but voted – for abortions until the day of birth. That is a fact You can look that up in the records of Congress. So, I’m not talking about hypotheticals. You continue to bring me hypotheticals. The truth is, and I got to say, this is kind of – kind of interesting, the truth is simple. The Democrats are radical. 90% of Americans don’t agree with them.”

Earlier in the show, Scott told Welker that he agreed with former President Donald Trump’s stand that abortion laws should be left in the hands of the states.

“Well, there’s no doubt that the Dobbs decision sent it back to the states,” Scott said. “So, the Supreme Court has ruled, the leading candidate, our Republican nominee, has made it very clear that this is a state’s issue. That is the decision that will be made and we will see how the states handle it. But there’s no question that President Trump has been very clear that he wants to issue left to the states, with three exceptions for assault, incest and the life of the mother.”